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Parents, school leaders grow impatient for state plan to resume classes
In search of protective gear, state officials turned to unlikely sources
Pool testing could be the answer to getting more COVID-19 case results
NC tests 24,630, the highest number in a single day
Butner inmates withdraw lawsuit that asked for release as pandemic spread
NC deaths from coronavirus reach 1,400; cases to date top 67,000
Drier conditions, less humidity but more heat heading into holiday weekend
Another round of scattered storms, summer-like temps expected Wednesday
Even the South Pole Is Warming, and Quickly, Scientists Say
With win, NC Courage take lead in Champions Cup tournament
Legendary track coach George Williams fired by St. Augustine's; interim AD named
US unemployment falls to 11%, but new shutdowns are underway
Jeff Bezos is richer than ever --worth nearly $172 billion, a new record
Black-owned businesses see sales surge amid racism reckoning
DRAUGHON DRAWS: 'Mighty COVID has struck ...'
NICHOLAS KRISTOF: Refusing to wear a mask is like driving drunk
Editorial: Legislative haste & negligence yields confusion & disruption
Rental company on Outer Banks now offers refunds
Dare County company changes message again, offering refunds
Use caution with debit cards
With precautions, the swimming pool can be a safe place to relax this summer
What to do this July 4th weekend
Former Bhavana beverage director accused of secretly recording women
Neomonde to launch independent audit after co-founder accused of misconduct
Wake schools officials finalize plans for attending school amid pandemic
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DOCTORS: Using fireworks after hand sanitizer could possibly cause injuries
At 6: WRAL Investigates eye-opening racial data in NC's justice system
— The data is black and white – arrests, convictions, even traffic stops. WRAL Investigates breaks down eye-opening data from a broken system.
The North Carolina Association of Educators calls on lawmakers and Gov. Roy Cooper to reach a deal on teacher raises, which remain in limbo with the stalled state budget.